Poland and Russia

Eulau, Heinz H. F.
August 1944
New Republic;8/7/44, Vol. 111 Issue 6, p156
Focuses on the dispute between the Soviet Union and the Polish Government-in-Exile over Poland's frontiers with the Soviet Union, with information on the birth of the Polish Committee of National liberation. Declaration by the Soviet government that it considers Red Army operations in Poland as operations on the territory of a sovereign, friendly, allied state; Reason behind the refusal of the Soviet Union to recognize the government-in-exile as the legitimate bearer of Polish sovereignty; Social fears of Poland's reactionaries and socialists; Details of the formation of the Union of Polish Patriots; Role played by the Polish National Council in the formation of the committee; Assertion that Poland will be in close alliance with the Soviet Union.


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